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$20 for $40 Worth of Italian and Asian Fare for Dinner
The menu boasts dishes that borrow flavors from all over the world, with selections such as pad thai ($17), house-cured gravlax ($13), and pork chop milanese ($27).
One of the most enjoyable ways to experience different cultures is by exploring their cuisines, and at Maxwells 148, guests can zoom around the globe with bites from an international menu. Executive Chef Mitchell Maxwell sees to it. More than just a passive admirer of the Asian and Italian foods that stand out on the Zagat-rated menu, the experienced kitchen master has trained in the lands from which these cuisines originate. His passion for Asian food has taken him to Honolulu, Hong Kong, China, Thailand, Indonesia, and Singapore—he spent time in a kitchen in each of those locations. And his love of Italian fare dovetailed neatly with his pan-Asian education when he learned how to cook in the style of the Friuli region of Italy with chefs who hailed from there, but who were in Hawaii with Maxwell.
The results of Chef Maxwell’s globetrotting education are palpable in the flavors of appetizers such as Maine lobster or Hudson Valley foie gras. Or, they emerge from a pasta dish of Cantonese noodles with shrimp or linguini siciliana with cauliflower. His house specialties include classic chicken marsala, gnocchi ai aragosta, and kaffir-lime seared scallops.
What some people are buzzing about:
88% of 821 customers recommend
“Great food and service.”
“Maxwells is one of our favorite restaurants. The food is always excellent and the menu is very cool. I would recommend to anyone. We have had great steaks, pasta...”
“Maxwells is one of our favorite restaurants. The food is always excellent and the menu is very cool. I would recommend to anyone. We have had great steaks, pasta dishes and seafood. ”
“It's a little "out of town" between Wellesley Square and Natiick Center but it is definitely worth it. The food was simply wonderful.”